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Calls for clarity on supports for children with special needs during pandemic

The government must clarify what supports are available for children with special needs and their families in the Covid-19 crisis a Galway based senator...

Families rack up debt due to lack of autism services NUIG study finds

Huge numbers of children on the autism spectrum in Ireland are not getting the services they need, putting a major financial...

Hit the trail in the annual Menlo Walk to support autism services

Now in its 13th year of pounding the trails, the annual 5km Menlo Walk in aid of Ability West will take place next month...

More than 450 Galway kids waiting for autism assessment

There are 461 children in Galway waiting for an autism assessment according to Galway East TD Anne Rabbitte, who branded the backlog "disgraceful". Information provided...

NUIG students awarded €3,000 bursary for autism awareness campaign

A group of students at NUIG were awarded a bursary of €3,000 to push forward their idea to spread autism awareness in Ireland at...

Walk in Autism’s Shoes to support Ability West

Take an opportunity to help people with autism live to the fullest by supporting Ability West at the annual 5 mile Menlo Walk. Walking in...

Funding to save Galway Autism Partnership announced

Funding to help Galway Autism Partnership continue operating into the new year has been announced amid serious worries the service would close by Christmas. Galway...

Galway Autism Partnership in danger of closing in funding crisis

Galway Autism Partnership are seeking the public help to keep the doors open on this incredible service next year amid a crisis in funding. GAP...

Galway study finds families raising a child with autism face €28,000 in costs a year

A new study at NUI Galway has found that families raising a child with autism face €28,000 in costs from private care, lost income,...

Founder of AsIam to give a talk in NUIG today.

Founder of AsIam, Adam Harris,will today give a talk to NUIG students about the realities of what its like to live with Autism. The talk...

Joyce’s Supermarkets Galway to begin Autism Friendly Evenings

Joyce's Supermarkets Galway are to begin Autism Friendly Evenings in two of their stores beginning this Tuesday, 3rd of April. Today marks the 11th annual...
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